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For me, simply put the main difference is just FF Vs crop. X-Trans does tender differently but this is only an issue if you pixel peep really, and maybe if you print really big. Fuji lenses are nice, the AF is decent and in good light you get way more keepers as mirrorless is just damn accurate. DSLR definitely has the edge in initial acquisition, but due to the tech you will also get those out of focus shots... I really like my 5D4 but I'm edging towards keeping the Fuji setup over the Canon... The 35mm on FF and the Canon 70-200 mkII are why I'm still hanging on to the Canon gear...This was with the Fuji 56mm. Lovely for head and shoulder portraits. I used to use canons 85/1.2. They have similar properties, I find. Ok the canon on a full frame had less depth of field but the Fuji one isn't bad at throwing backgrounds out of focus. I sold the canon 85 for the 100L macro in the end. I found that more to my liking. And with Fuji I think I also prefer the 90mm to the 56mm 9 times out of 10.
I don't see any reason relating to lenses not to move from canon to Fuji (unless you want specialist stuff like fast long primes or tilt shifts). The problems with Fuji are more with the processing, which some people but not everyone seem to struggle with, or the AF. I am sure the later bodies are better but the xt1 is slower than the best dslrs. Doesn't really affect my style of shooting though so I am perfectly happy.